October 21, 2012
In 1858, on a plantation in Georgia, a young mother is suddenly sold, leaving behind her husband and five-year-old son. Through a magical evening of storytelling, music and dance, the enslaved community comes together, not only to comfort father and son, but to heal and strengthen themselves. FLIGHT is an inspirational theatrical experience for the whole family. These empowering stories, based on actual slave narratives and American/African-American folktales, celebrate the African-American oral tradition as it passes from generation to generation to you.
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